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HD screen captures from Jena’s tiny tiny role as Johanna Mason in “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ have been added to our gallery. Hopefully Jena has a lot more screen time in the second part. Massive thanks to my friend Claudia, who is the webmaster of Julianne Moore Fan, for donating the captures.

Gallery Links:
Movie Productions > The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) > Blu-Ray Captures

 

Feb 28, 15
By Carmel

DVD quality captures from Jena’s 2012 project “For Ellen” have been added to our gallery. Jena had a super small role in the movie so unfortunately not that many captures could be added.

Gallery Links:
Movie Productions > For Ellen (2012) > DVD Captures

 

Jena attended the Film Independent Spirit Awards this weekend. Photos of her during the award show have been added to our gallery. I’d like to thank my friend Lindsey, who is the webmaster of Rachel McAdams Online, for donating some of the photos.

Gallery Links:
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 21: Film Independent Spirit Awards – Arrivals
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 21: Film Independent Spirit Awards – Press Room
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 21: Film Independent Spirit Awards – Backstage & Audience

 

 

Jena is currently gracing the cover of the March issue of ASOS Magazine. The cover and the photoshoot have been added to our gallery. Hopefully scans will follow soon. Be sure to check out the video of Jena during the cover shoot below.

Gallery Links:
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2015 > Mar – ASOS Magazine
Photoshoots & Portrait Sessions > Shoots from 2015 > Session 01

 

Feb 08, 15
By Carmel

After his tongue-in-cheek black comedy-fantasy about vagina dentatus, Teeth, and the stoned-out family drama Happy Tears, maverick writer-director Mitchell Lichtenstein throws his fans another curve ball with the lavish-looking, genteel ghost story Angelica, set in Victorian London and played with the serious intent of a BBC drama. Well, maybe not so tasteful as all that, considering the climactic (in more ways than one) scene between stars Jena Malone and Ed Stoppard. An atmospheric production created by a top team that includes cinematographer Dick Pope and composer Zbigniew Preisner, it seems to be the director’s farewell to indie cult and hello to more upscale audiences. But while the rough edges have been smoothed over, there is a punch missing that would have ended the film with some insight and relevance for contemporary viewers, or at the very least, a good scream.

Despite teasing the audience with horror elements, this is not an effective horror film. The supernatural events are too few and too easily explained away by anyone who has an inkling of Freud. Unlike Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw, which is an obvious comparison, the ghostly creatures that haunt the house of a young London doctor and his wife have little credibility outside the heroine’s head. And unfortunately, neurosis is rarely as interesting on screen as the inexplicable.

Based on Arthur Phillips’ even more complex novel, this is the story of a Victorian marriage destroyed by raging, out-of-control female hysteria, caused by medical ignorance, rigid gender divisions and good old sexual repression. The tale does have its goose-bumpy side, and Malone’s fine multi-register performance as the naïve shop girl Constance who marries a wealthy doctor offers some thrills.

 

Jena attended the 65th Berlinale International Film Festival this past weekend to promote her movie “Angelica”. She started off the festival by attending the premiere for “Nobody Wants the Night” on Friday. Yesterday she was busy attending a photocall, press conference and premiere for “Angelica”. Massive thanks to my friends Lindsey, who is the webmaster of Rachel McAdams Online, and Claudia, who is the webmaster of Zoe Saldana Diaries.

Gallery Links:
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 05: 65th Berlinale International Film Festival – “Nobody Wants the Night” Premiere
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 07: 65th Berlinale International Film Festival – “Angelica” Photocall
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 07: 65th Berlinale International Film Festival – “Angelica” Press Conference
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > February 07: 65th Berlinale International Film Festival – “Angelica” Premiere